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    swatch

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    for Microelectronics and Watchmaking Industries (SMN), to do just that. SMN developed a product that was appealing to a younger target market. Their new design, distribution and production strategies created a niche market that became popular worldwide. The company developed an advertising campaign that was new to the watch industry and was strongly directed at a younger audience. BACKGROUND For years the Swiss watch industry had a competitive advantage on the watch market, in fact they had little

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    Are Zoos Inhumane?

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    In the film, Madagascar, zoos are depicted as a sanctuary in which all the exotic animals are kept safe and are open for the public to view. But many would argue that zoos are inhumane, the caging of animals for our personal entertainment is unjustifiable. Those who believe that zoos are wrong and should be destroyed are animal rights activist; they believe that animals should be allowed to choose their own destiny. Those that believe that zoos are an important part of our lives are scientist and

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    Obama’s use of interaction via social media showed the importance of using the audience to your advantage. He gained supporters in a new way that his competitors had yet to tap into and shown how powerful online campaigning can be. Obama positioned himself to personable and down to earth by making his fans feel that they were on a “first name basis” with him. He met his audience on their level and made them committed fans of his campaign and his message. The online interaction by answering fan mail

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    are really sweet, adorable, good, and help a little boy sort through his problems with girls and his dad. Small Soldiers kept the attention of the audience, especially the younger audience, and still, in a way, got the moral message across. While to some it might have been a waste of time, the way that it kept the attention of a particular audience, catering to a specific watcher, is important, for these things must be taken into consideration when I am writing. I must know my reader, and my reader’s

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    Reality Television

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    Plaza Hotel', and 'Mar-a-Lago' resort located in Palm Beach, Florida. If different audiences viewed the episode of The Apprentice, each audience would interpret the values and attitudes of wealth differently. If a mature audience viewed the episode, they would interpret wealth as greed. If a younger audience viewed the episode, they would interpret wealth as a desire and an ambition to achieve. The suggested target audience for this episode would be young adults, as the values and attitudes of wealth

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    Baz Luhrmann's Film Techniques to Make Romeo and Juliet More Accessible to a Younger Audience The story of Romeo and Juliet has been added to and adapted to over the year's though different film productions, but none more spectacular and popular as the 'Blockbuster' Luhrmann created. Luhrmann turned an Elizabethan play into a modern day action packed film all could relate to and understand. Luhrmann turned a historical tragedy into an up-beat action packed love story. Luhrmann had an enormous

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    message of “Got Milk” ad means to remind people to drink milk. The advertise targets younger audiences who love to play sports especially for younger audience who loves to play soccer. The advertisement is becoming more and more popular because they add famous people that the audiences know and get their attention. Advertise of “got milk” is misleading and targeting all young ages. The ad is to convince young audience that drinking with milk three times a day is healthy and helps you lose weight. An

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    message. In order to encourage the audience to apply their critical faculties, Priestley makes them feel superior to Birling.He thoroughly discredits and degrades Birling, and through him, the right wing philosophy. This tells us very early on that Priestley uses Birling as a diametric mouthpiece to voice his left-wing opinions and that the play is completely biased to the socialist perspective. The theatricality of the dramatic irony Priestley uses makes the audience think outside the proscenium arch

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    actually a young woman dressed up as on old age pensioner. She cracks jokes to the audience about false hips and dentures and northern accent and dialect add to the humour. I have established that chat shows are very popular and that the appeal from them is becoming more than just the guests. This is because chat shows have turned from just the basic interview to a programme with characters (The Ali G Show) audience participation, for example anecdotes or games (Graham Norton) and performances

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    Steve Jobs

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    thoughts from her readers by connecting with them on a familiar level, while also proving to them that she knows what she is talking about and is a reliable source of knowledge when it comes to this topic. The audience that she is trying to connect with primarily consists of people that are younger than her and also less educated than her. Because of this she needs to seem both relatable, while also sounding reliable. Tokumitsu wrote this article for publication earlier in 2014 to be printed in Jacobin

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